April 17



April 16

  • Mountain Gorilla Park Chief Attacked

    UN News

    A senior United Nations official today condemned the attack against the chief warden of Virunga National Park, and urged the international community to support the Democratic... Read more »

  • Urgent Investigation Into Shooting of Virunga Park Chief Warden Needed [press release]

    Global Witness

    The shooting of Emmanuel de Merode, the head of Virunga National Park must be urgently investigated, said Global Witness today. De Merode was shot at least twice in an ambush in... Read more »

  • DRC Concerned With CAR Continued Violence

    VOA

    Democratic Republic of Congo's (DRC) information minister has expressed concern that the conflict in neighboring Central African Republic (C.A.R) could threaten security of the... Read more »

  • How to Win a War Without a Fight [opinion]

    Fahamu

    Those who are fighting today against the splintering of Ukraine are the same as those who are working behind the scenes to break up Mali and who are financing the rebellions in... Read more »

  • SA, Congo to Revitalise Diplomatic Relations

    SAnews.gov.za

    South Africa and Congo will this morning meet for the second session of the South Africa-Congo Joint Commission for Cooperation (JCC), which is aimed at revitalising the... Read more »



April 15



April 11

  • Back to Rwanda

    IRIN

    The Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda (FDLR) has long been one of the most significant armed groups active in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), where it has... Read more »



April 10



April 09

  • Fighting Invisible Rwandan Enemy [analysis]

    IRIN

    It is difficult to identify the fighters of the Forces Démocratiques pour la Libération du Rwanda (FDLR), one of the many armed groups active in eastern Democratic... Read more »

  • UN Urges End of Impunity for Sexual Violence

    UN News

    United Nations officials today called on the Government of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) to step up the fight against impunity for rape and sexual violence, which... Read more »

  • U.S. Media Shows New Interest

    Deutsche Welle

    US media are increasingly reporting on and debating their country's presence in Africa. How strong should it be? Is its purpose to bring stability to crisis regions or rather to... Read more »

  • UN Urges Govt to End Impunity for Rape

    VOA

    A new U.N. report shows limited progress in fighting sexual violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo, where too few attackers have been brought to justice. The cases of sexual... Read more »

  • Angola May Play Friendly Match Against DR Congo

    ANGOP

    The Angolan national senior males football team may play a friendly match against DR Congo in June, in the preparation of their participation in the qualifiers for the 30th edition... Read more »



April 08



April 05



April 04

  • The Never-Ending War in Eastern DRC

    Deutsche Welle

    20 years after the 1994 genocide in Rwanda, the small country in the heart of Africa is now peaceful. But across the border in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, armed... Read more »



April 03

  • Congolese Refugee Triumphs Over Bizarre Persecution to Inspire Refugee Women [press release]

    UNHCR

    Inside a dark youth centre in the heart of Nyarugusu Refugee Camp, a tall, slim woman rises proudly from her plastic chair and introduces herself. "My name is Mwavita Mlasi," she... Read more »

  • World Cup 2014 - Benteke Ruled Out? Belgium in Shock

    Africa Top Sports

    Belgium football leaders hold their breaths. The Red Devils could participate in the 2014 World Cup without one of their sure bets, Christian Benteke. Read more »

  • Mercato - Everton and Tottenham Challenge for Lukaku

    Africa Top Sports

    Romelu Lukaku does not know yet what his future will look like. On loan from Chelsea to Everton and undesired by José Mourinho, everything seems to indicate that the... Read more »



April 02

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